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19 students affiliated with the Greenhouse living-learning community participated in a cleanup along Town Branch Saturday afternoon, April 25. April is Earth Month and the activity was part of the Great American Cleanup, which is organized locally by Keep Lexington Beautiful (part of LFUCG). We...

By Sarah Geegan

A group of seven UK students, in conjunction with the Clinton Global Initiative U at UK, established a community agriculture project to address nutritional and economic deficiencies in Appalachia. Titled "Homegrown Kentucky," the project involves a community effort to...

Beneath the Kentucky Horse Park, there is a cave system that feeds part of the Cane Run Watershed. Michael Farwell and James Currens showed us some of the technology used by the Kentucky Geological Survey to monitor groundwater quality, velocity, and temperature through the seasons. The Kentucky...

Did you know that the Bluegrass region used to be a deep blue sea? Even though Frank Ettensohn has done geology tours before, the tour on April 21st was offered specifically for Earth Day celebrants. Faculty from the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences showed participants a wide...

The University of Kentucky's Ecological Research Facility (ERF) is a roughly 55-acre tract of old farmland on the north side of Lexington Kentucky. Consisting of old fields and artificial ponds, ERF is located in a residential neighborhood between downtown Lexington and the surrounding horse farms...

Lexington's Isaac Murphy Bicycle Club grew out of writer and avid cyclist Frank X Walker's vision. The English professor and director of UK's African American and Africana Studies Program wanted to link inner city children to Lexington's Legacy Trail by providing them with bicycles and the...

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